Adolphe Adam



Giselle is a classic ballet of the Romantic era, filled with love, betrayal, and redemption, resonating with audiences throughout the world. Over a century of productions by many choreographers such as Marius Petipa and Yuri Grigorovich has kept Giselle in the classic repertoire.

Alexei Ratmansky’s new version of Giselle is one of the recent premieres in the Bolshoi Theatre, starring Olga Smirnova and Artemy Belyakov, combining the memorable story with exquisite choreography.


English, french, russian


2 hours 22 minutes, tbc




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